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Bali is considered the epitome of paradise. With its coconut-white beaches, mystical temples and beautiful coral reefs, the "Island of the Gods" attracts numerous tourists every year. Some of the tourism so far spared spots could preserve the island nevertheless. They are paradisiacal places, far from the tourist trails.
The east coast of Bali: enchanting solitude and crystal clear water
Without question Bali is a first class surfer's paradise. It's hardly surprising, then, that the majority of the four million tourists who arrive in Bali each year spend their vacations on the island's coast. However, many of the beaches are densely populated: Especially regions around the less beautiful but extremely lively cities of Denpasar and Kuta are touristically overpopulated. Here, numerous bars and clubs line the beach promenades, making party-loving tourists happy. On the east coast of the island, around the small towns of Amed and Tulamben, on the other hand, you can enjoy enchanting solitude. The partly still undiscovered beaches are stonier, therefore the water is especially clear – but also very calm. Surfing is not possible here. Instead, divers and snorkelers get their money's worth: beginners can take their "First Dive" to the U.S.S. Make Liberty at Tulamben. An incomparable experience.